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Fans gather in Toronto to cheer on Canadians at Women's World Cup

Fans gather in Toronto to cheer on Canadians at Women's World Cup

TORONTO — Cheers broke out among soccer fans gathered in Toronto on Wednesday as the Canadian women's team defeated Ireland at the FIFA Women's World Cup.
A look at who is in — and who is out — of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet

A look at who is in — and who is out — of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet will have seven new faces, after dropping the same number of ministers from his bench on Wednesday.
In the news today: New wildfires in B.C., Trudeau to shuffle cabinet

In the news today: New wildfires in B.C., Trudeau to shuffle cabinet

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today... B.C. wildfire crews grapple with new blazes Wildfire crews in B.C.
Lac Ste. Anne pilgrimage cancelled, thousands clean up Alberta campsite after storm

Lac Ste. Anne pilgrimage cancelled, thousands clean up Alberta campsite after storm

LAC STE. ANNE, Alta. — Thousands of religious pilgrims were cleaning up their ravaged campsite Tuesday after a heavy storm blew through Lac Ste. Anne, Alta., cancelling events for the first time in decades.
Feds warn Alberta clinic will violate medicare by charging for faster doctor access

Feds warn Alberta clinic will violate medicare by charging for faster doctor access

Health Canada says a Calgary medical clinic that soon plans to charge its patients a fee to gain faster access to a family doctor would be breaching medicare laws.
Blazes burn near Invermere, Cranbrook, Kamloops, as B.C. faces record wildfire season

Blazes burn near Invermere, Cranbrook, Kamloops, as B.C. faces record wildfire season

VANCOUVER — A wildfire in southeastern British Columbia that was first spotted Monday afternoon has charred nine square kilometres and is threatening more than 1,000 properties, including a ski resort, west of Invermere.
Trial date set for Canadian anti-crime researcher detained in Algeria since February

Trial date set for Canadian anti-crime researcher detained in Algeria since February

MONTREAL — A Canadian researcher who has been detained in Algeria since February on charges that he published secret information and accepted money to commit offences against public order will stand trial next month.
Family of Amber Alert kids say disappearance has been 'devastating' to their siblings

Family of Amber Alert kids say disappearance has been 'devastating' to their siblings

SURREY, B.C. — The family of two British Columbia children who are the subject of an Amber Alert says their disappearance has had a "devastating" affect on their big sisters and brother.
B.C. ranchers struggle as drought sends hay prices soaring

B.C. ranchers struggle as drought sends hay prices soaring

British Columbia rancher Suzanne Fradette had just got off the phone with a hay broker who had grim news amid an ongoing drought that has sent feed prices soaring: "It's bad out there.
Cabinet shuffle expected Wednesday as ministers announce they won't seek re-election

Cabinet shuffle expected Wednesday as ministers announce they won't seek re-election

OTTAWA — With Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expected to shuffle his cabinet as early as Wednesday,a string of Liberal ministers have confirmed they will not run in the next federal election.